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Thread: Sick Of Downloading Movies Out Of Sync

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    Just about every movie I download now is out of f*cking sync

    i tryed to be smart and cut the bad frame with TMPGE but the prick says illegal stream file or some shit yet it lets me multiplex if I keep the shit thing in there

    I hate MPEGs there huge files for a start and ppl don't know how to encode properly

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    It could be a codec problem. I had a similar problem but the file played fine on a friend's computer. I wiped my HD and did a clean install and everything worked fine.

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    I don't think it is a codec Problem because its a Mpeg file

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    I try to multiplex again and I get a bullshit error 902 packets cause buffer underflow

    for fuck sake I want to watch a fucking movie

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    I have the same problem but its way too many ot be the files themselves, what codec can do this so I can uninstall it?


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    I hate MPEGs there huge files for a start and ppl don't know how to encode properly
    I agree with you mate...& alot of its all this crap with ppl tring to cram on one cd.And they're not even watchable

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    I just ran the files through virtualdub and removed the bad frames now I get no errors so I guess it was the files


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    It can also be ur memory. both RAM and graphics card memory is a factor when watching movie clips. so if u r trying 2 watch sumthing with a resolution of say 600x300 then try turning off all other programs b4 u try 2 run the file.

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    most of the sync problems or bad frams
    try divx repair or movie fixer

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    Originally posted by muchspl2@17 January 2004 - 07:38
    most of the sync problems or bad frames
    try divx repair or movie fixer
    thanks I did get that thing you mentioned in another post the problem is its for AVI files not Mpeg in wont let me even select mpeg file

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